Consultant considers suing former pension adviser after judge suggests liability could increase by £45m
Contractor agrees to transfer 50 agency workers on the upgrade of Tottenham Court Road underground station
Workload growth fastest since mid-nineties, according to the industry survey
Although Q1 2014 saw output and price levels taper off, the overall direction of the industry remains encouraging, especially considering its supply and skills constraints
Overheating in homes is set to become an increasingly urgent issue, especially in the capital, as global temperatures rise. With energy legislation demanding that buildings become ever more airtight, what is the best way for designers to respond?
Morgan Sindall’s regeneration arm has struck a deal with Lambeth council to develop a £135m scheme across three sites in Brixton, south London.
Plan to demolish Glasgow’s Red Road flats live during Games opening ceremony has been dropped after the idea sparked outrage
Quintain secures Swiss real estate backer for next phase of Wembley Park scheme
Contractor overcomes problems to deliver ‘Britain’s most famous street’
Cricket ground’s £21m stand is the first stage of a £200m redevelopment of the facility
Redevelopment to include housing, retail and business space as well as hospital space
Consultant NBS interviewed more than 1,000 construction professionals in its annual BIM survey. The results show the continuing gap between awareness of BIM and genuine proficiency with it
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